Join Hope Risen on a short course to learn more about Human Trafficking in South Africa
Hope Risen (formerly known as Hope For Women) was founded in 2009 with the vision to spread love, hope and justice in the quest to end modern day slavery and exploitation. We are doing this through prevention and awareness initiatives carried out alongside direct interventions to rescue, restore and reintegrate women, men and children who have been exploited.
You can donate to Hope Risen to help them continue their work via Payfast or by contacting them on email@example.com. You can also become a volunteer, Cycle for Hope or become involved as a corporate as part of your Corporate Social Responsibility.
In this short course you will learn safety tips as well as how to identify and report human trafficking. This course is presented by HOPE RISEN and SSC Equity Training and is free.
You will receive a certificate of completion. The certificate will be available on your profile.
Call Hope Risen in Gauteng: 071 183 9201 or Western Cape: 064 974 5007
- Lectures 8
- Quizzes 0
- Language English
- Students 46
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes
Human Trafficking happens more often than you think in South Africa. This section was compiled with the assistance of Hope Risen Foundation.
- Learn more about Hope Risen Foundation & Human Trafficking in South Africa
- Human Trafficking: Tips to Avoid Becoming A Victim
- 3 Components of Human Trafficking
- Types of Human Trafficking
- Who is involved in Human Trafficking?
- Red Flags to help identify potential Human Trafficking
- Human Trafficking: Protecting Children from being exploited by Human Traffickers
- Human Trafficking in the media